Library Headlines & Important Information

  • School Librarian - Dina D'Amore

    If parents and/or guardians have a question about overdue library books, Book Fair, research, access to digital resources, digital citizenship or anything else like this, please click here to learn how to contact her.

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  • Services We Offer

    We offer a host of services. Please click here for more details.

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  • Battle of the Books

    We are very proud of all of the team members and alternates! Thank you for representing our school and our library! After a two years break, the Battle of the Books is back in time for the 2021-2022 school year!

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  • My-On Login Instructions

    Renaissance myON® Reader is a student-centered, personalized literacy environment that gives students access to more than 6,000 enhanced digital books. Titles are dynamically matched to each individual student’s interests, grade and Lexile® reading level. Combined with a suite of close reading tools and embedded supports, myON Reader fosters student engagement and achievement.

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  • A Quick Guide to Research

    Elementary school is when kids first begin to learn how to learn. Kids start researching quite early on, making elementary school the perfect time to teach research skills that become a foundation for a lifetime of learning.

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  • Scholastic Book Fairs

    Scholastic Book Fairs offers a way for our school library to buy more library books for our students while at the same time giving students the opportunity to purchase reading material for their home. We appreciate your support in the past years and your upcoming support this school year! Our Fall Book is at the end of October, and our Spring Book Fair is before Spring Break.

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  • Library Fines Policy

    Click here for more details regarding the Reeces Creek library fine policy or general questions regarding lost or damaged books.

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Library Calendar

  • Our Library Mission: To promote Future Ready learning and literacy skills in an atmosphere that is welcoming, respectful and professional. KISD librarians are collaborative instructional partners with all members of the learning community.

    Library Hours: 7:45 a.m. - 2:40 p.m., Virtual Access 24 hours a day 

    The Reeces Creek ES Library is an exciting place to visit. We have a beautiful library that opened in 2012, with a collection of over 11,000 books for students and staff to check out. The number will grow over the course of this next school year. Our goal is to have the "just right book" for every student and to encourage life-long reading and learning. We are excited to have a dedicated space for our Maker Den, and our newest addition is a 3-D printer! A special thank you goes out to the district and the KISD Education Foundation for providing the materials needed to start our own Maker Den. 

    We have eBooks in our library collection. Be sure to check out what is available through our online library catalog. It is due to the generosity of the KISD Education Foundation that we now have over 300 eBooks available for our students. 

    With the new year, we also have over 200 new books for our students, with more books on the way. There are many of our students favorites and soon to be new favorites: Library of Doom, Bad Kitty, Grumpy Unicorn, Pete the Cat, Kwlade and many more. Be sure to check out the New Book stand to see the new books as well as the new 2x2 and Bluebonnet Books displays . 

    A special thank you goes out to the A+ Education Foundation for funding our grants the past two summers, which includes over 30 new titles for later this year and for new maker and literacy centers for the library. These items will be introduced to our library during the course of this year.  

    Our staff consists of Dina D'Amore, who is beginning her 9th year as the school librarian and an library educational associate to be announced soon!

    We look forward to seeing you at the RCES library!